Dating coach Sandy Weiner doesn't want you to date after you've been dumped. Instead, she suggests you take a dating time-out so you can heal. Read on to learn the 4 other great tips to finding your footing after a breakup.
Breaking up is never easy. But the positive side to a breakup is what we can learn about ourselves. Taking a hiatus from love affords us the chance to get reacquainted with ourselves. Here are some of the most heart-wrenching, true love quotes to get you through a split.
As Carrie Bradshaw once cleverly related “When a relationship dies, do we ever really give up the ghost, or are we forever haunted by the spirit of relationships past?” Many of us have had a BIG relationship. Maybe not as BIG as the relationship we're in, but we've all had one of those relationships that hit us hard, chewed us up, and spit us out in the end. And though we managed to sweep ourselves off, pick up the peaces and move on, sometimes we feel haunted by the ghost of the relationships past.
Personal development coach Dr. Tina Tessina offers you the do's and don't of getting dumped so that you can move on and heel quickly.
It was the 20-carat sparkler that represented the 72-day marriage between reality starlet Kim Kardashian and basketball player Kris Humphries. And this week, it was sold at auction for a whopping $749,000, premium included. Here are some other celebrity wedding rings that you might not have known were sold at auctions.
While there's no question that divorce heavily impacts the stress levels of both parties, new research suggests that men might be feeling the brunt of separation a little bit stronger than women are. Relationship coach and YourTango expert Lewis Denbaum shares his experiences, both personal and professional, to break down the specific reasons that men feel the burden of divorce more.
First he liked me and I could feel it. This was in February. I decided that my last two relationships started in February and it was a bad sign to start the new one again in Feb. I dragged the relationships till May. We had intimate relationships, but afterwards everything went wrong. He started to play with me and avoid me. In a month or so I said to him it was over. We continued to meet for a month, just in the company of friends...
Maintaining a happy long-term relationship isn't easy. And when the going gets tough, the tough sometimes need outside help. Couples counseling isn't a last-ditch effort to save a broken partnership. It's a healthy form of relationship upkeep.
Oftentimes, we take a breakup as a chance for a complete makeover. But does that mean you should have a drastic haircut? Human history is fraught with the tradition of shaving heads (and beards) during mourning. However, does it make more sense to let your hair stay long and luxurious and just improve your life from there?
When pulling a ex lover back in to your life, it takes time. It's like carrying a carton of eggs: You don't just toss them in the cart. You open the container up, make sure they aren't broken and then you carefully place the eggs in the cart. The same goes for restoring your relationship.
Have you gone through a devastating breakup recently? Are you on the cusp of a new relationship and wondering how to move on from your old one? Is a rebound relationship the way to get over being burned by love? If so, help is on the way.
It's hard to get out of the breakup/makeup cycle with toxic men. What you need is some self-awareness, honesty and a time frame.